So reports the official Twitter blog.
It’s interesting because it’s beaten out the most tweet-intensive World Cup moment thus far, which was Japan scoring against Cameroon on June 14.
Sure, it was game seven of the NBA Finals, but it will be interesting to see if and when it’s eclipsed by the any match or goal in the World Cup. Given how flat it’s been thus far, my guess is we probably won’t see a new mark set until we’re out of the group stages.
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